Fury pulled off a huge upset when he outpointed Klitschko in Dusseldorf nearly 18 months ago to win a unanimous decision and become heavyweight champion and said he is not impressed by Joshua.
"It's all going to be about Joshua and the heavyweights now".
Boxing has been struggling to find a new heavyweight champion who can captivate a worldwide audience for years.
Mike Tyson says it is only a matter of time before Anthony Joshua starts trash-talking on camera.
As a heavyweight, his profile has been enormous for years but after triumphing over future Hall of Famer Klitschko in one of the greatest heavyweight title fights in modern history, 'AJ' has gone stratospheric.
"I'll have a few comeback fights, two or three, while I'm waiting for Joshua". The Ukrainian rode the momentum into the sixth round, knocking Joshua down with a straight right early and hurting him badly.
Klitschko bravely got back to his feet, but as Joshua blasted away at him along the ropes, referee David Fields stepped in and waved it off at 2:25 of the round.
"Joshua was massive before the Klitschko fight but that's taken him to another level".
Once dubbed the "Baddest Man on the Planet", Tyson reignited the heavyweight division in the 1980s with a ferocious 37-fight win streak.
"The performance and features of the Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic espouse the attributes of an elite athlete like Anthony Joshua: distinctive style, powerful at heart and a jaw-dropping combination of performance and capability", he said. When you go into the trenches that's when you find out who you really are.
Joshua's bespoke vehicle includes a number of special features just for the boxer, including door handles with unique boxing glove pattern surrounds, name-inscribed tread plates, a chrome B-pillar badge with his signature, and a custom equipment storage unit for all his gear.
Elsewhere in the heavyweight division there isn't too much to get excited about according to Tyson, who hopes Joshua avoids facing WBC champion Deontay Wilder in a unification bout. Sean Murphy, Joshua's first boxing coach, claimed that his hand sustained a huge scar after Joshua's power penetrated the pads protecting it. Joshua was a natural hitter and Murphy knew from the get go that the kid was destined to become a star. "Hopefully we'll see a rematch, going by the first one".
"He was an amateur back then but I could see a twinkle in his eyes and he looked great".